TITLE 20: CORRECTIONS, CRIMINAL JUSTICE, AND LAW ENFORCEMENT
CHAPTER I: DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTIONS
SUBCHAPTER a: ADMINISTRATION AND RULES
PART 117 CORRECTIONAL INDUSTRIES
SECTION 117.20 CORRECTIONAL INDUSTRIES PROGRAM
Section 117.20 Correctional Industries Program
a) The Correctional Industries Program operates in correctional facilities and promotes marketable skills and work habits for committed persons.
b) The Correctional Industries Program offers services and products in areas including, but not limited to: production, repair, and restoration of furniture; cleaning supplies and equipment; food production and processing; clothing; eye glasses; asbestos abatement; and recycling.
c) Industry programs, both new and expanded, are recommended by the Chief Executive Officer of Correctional Industries and approved by the Director.
d) Bartering arrangements are prohibited.
e) Products shall not be distributed, nor shall services be rendered, to any entity free of charge except as otherwise provided in this Part. This prohibition against free distribution of a product shall not preclude the distribution of a reasonable amount of a product to afford the prospective customer the ability to sample the product to determine whether the product meets the customer's needs prior to purchase.
f) Prototypes may be distributed to prospective customers for a trial period not to exceed 90 days.
g) Obsolete items shall be disposed of in accordance with the State Property Control Act [30 ILCS 605]. Obsolete items are items including, but not limited to, finished products, works in progress, and raw materials that are no longer needed and cannot be returned to the vendor.
(Source: Amended at 26 Ill. Reg. 658, effective January 15, 2002)